New Menswear Brands Take a big leap
The British Fashion Council announced lately the names of three new menswear brands; they were Bobby Abley, Cottweiler and Pieter. Their brands will be displayed at London Collections for men during the spring 2016, which will be sponsored by Topman.
Bobby Abley will present as a runway show but the other two brands will show as presentations. They will receive financial help and business mentoring too. Bobby Abley’s Mickey Mouse eared hats and silvery mouth has gathered plenty of accolades in the press.
Ben Cottrell and Matthew Dainty designed Cottweiler, which itself became a label for them. Pieter, designed by Sebastian Pieter has minimal notes with enough of quirk, whether it is maxi skirts for men or subtly short cropped pants.
We must keep in notice that the British Fashion Council is worldwide famous and obviously it will keep up to its reputation, so be confirmed that the three new entrants are well up to the mark. They deserve to display their products here; it is a matter of prestige.
Bobby Abley, Cottweiler and Pieter were selected to join NewGen’s existing designers, which includes Astrid Andersen, Craig Green and Nasir Mazhar by the board of experts including Financial Times’ Charlie Porter, GQ’s Robert Johnson and Porter’s Sam Lobban.
The best designers of the world are attached to the British Fashion Council, which promotes the rarest designs for the fashionable persons. All eyes are fixed for the spring 2016 as the brands will be displayed at London Collections for men. People love changes so new designs and new collections must be floated at regular intervals.
Fashionable persons like to wear something new always, so for this the designers have to come out with more innovative ideas. Designs change and become stale so new innovative designs must fulfill the gap. We are waiting to see something extraordinary in 2016 spring.